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LCD Durability? So previously, my family had bought tube tvs, and we have come to the conclusion that video game systems' signals are too powerful and are therefore liable to break tube tvs. However, my parents have just recently bought a 42 inch LCD hdtv with an 8 ms response time, and they will not let me play games on it due to previous experiences. So I'm wondering whether LCDs are more durable to the high resolution signals that video game consoles output as opposed to tube tvs. (considering that they originated as computer monitors)

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The answer is Yes definately to you question. The reason being is easy. The image cannot be burnt into the phospor of the LCD SET because it is "Liquid crystal Display which is backlit and is very durable. Just look at all the laptops out there and how reliable they are. All LCD. Also lighter, but dimmer then Plasma. I hope this helps you and your parents for some clairification. Good luck gaming. And have fun... Jay the GURU

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